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Looking for the bed T-pipe for a 6'' stack kit.

I just bought a set of 6'' Aussie stacks off of a friend and am looking for the bed piping to install them. I need all clamps and brackets also. Thanks Austin.

96 F250 regular cab long bed 4x4, 176,000, 4inch exhaust with 6''x24'' tip, Gauges (boost, pyro, tranny temp) DIY intake, Dp-tuner F5 (80echo, 120hp, 140hp, 60 tow, lope idle) 33x12.5 BFG AT's on eagle rims with a front leveling kit. And to many lights on it.
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http://www.dfuser.com/catalog/grandrock_stacks.php

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Are the stacks reduced to 5" at the bottom? Is the inlet ID (measurement of inside of the pipe) or OD (measurement of outside of the pipe)?

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they reduce down to five.

96 F250 regular cab long bed 4x4, 176,000, 4inch exhaust with 6''x24'' tip, Gauges (boost, pyro, tranny temp) DIY intake, Dp-tuner F5 (80echo, 120hp, 140hp, 60 tow, lope idle) 33x12.5 BFG AT's on eagle rims with a front leveling kit. And to many lights on it.
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DO you happen to know what brand the stack are... or more importantly, if they are ID (expanded side) 5" or OD (goes inside of the expanded pipe) 5"?

It will determine what kit will work with the stacks you have.

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